Happy Sunday, OCSP family!
These Holiday pictures are from last year's collaboration with Harveys--the original seatbeltbag. These three kitties featured have already been adopted.
Today we are focusing on ways to spread holiday cheer to shelter cats. The best way is to get them out of the shelter and into a forever home. For those kitties spending the holidays in a shelter it means we need supplies for them. Many of the items we need are readily available on Chewy! Simply go to our Wishlist and add items to your cart. Chewy ships the items directly to us. Here are some of the items we always need:
Comfort Zone Multi-Cat Calming Diffuser Refill for Cats, 30 day, set of 6
Capstar Flea Oral Treatment for Cats, 2-25 lbs, 6 Tablets
Cheristin Flea Spot Treatment for Cats, over 1.8 lbs, 6 Doses (6-mos. supply)
Nature's Miracle Advanced Platinum Cat Antibacterial Stain Remover & Odor Eliminator Spray, 32-oz bottle
Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Kitten Dry Cat Food, 15-lb bag
Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Kitten Loaf in Sauce Canned Cat Food, 3-oz, case of 24
We use the cat calming diffusers in the kennel area and in foster homes. It really helps new cats adjust to their surroundings. We also ensure our kitties are flea-free. Fleas spread fast, so it is important to stay on top of your flea medicine. Those kennels get stinky! We need to clean them to keep them smelling good and keep the cats healthy. Enrichment with toys, catnip, and cat scratchers are also vital to cat health. Cats can become bored and sad without stimulation!
Some items we always need that aren’t on Chewy or in Petco are cleaning supplies. We need paper towels, gloves, hand sanitizer, and trash bags on a regular basis at all four of our locations. You can drop off these items at any of our adoption events, or you can send them to us through our Target Registry!
*These kitties were available at the time this blog post was published. Please use PetFinder as an up-to-date list.
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Hugs and toe bean kisses,